Testimonies by women of the Niger Delta on State sponsored and multinational violence over a period of 10 years from 1990. The book is based on field research by the author and Jennifer Pere of Niger Delta Women for Justice that was carried out in Bayelsa, Rivers and Delta States in February 2000. Topics: Nigeria, Niger Delta, women, violence, multinationals, shell
Testimonies on state and multinational violence by women of the Niger Delta between the period 1990-2000 based on field research undertaken in Rivers, Baylesa and Delta States in February 2000. The research was undertaken by the author together with Jennifer Pere both of Niger Delta Women for Justice. Topics: Nigera, Niger Delta, Violence, Women, Shell, Elf, Chevron
Testimonies made by Women of the Niger Delta on violence committed by the Nigerian State and Multinational oil companies (Shell, Elf, Chevron) during the period 1990-2000. The work is based on field research undertaken by the author and Jennifer Pere both of the Niger Delta Women for Justice in Rivers, Bayelsa and Delta State Nigeria in February 2000 Topics: Nigeria, Niger Delta, Shell, Elf, Chevron, Violence, Women
byAbiodun Oyinpreye Jasper and Gabriel Oseremen Igberase
This study set out to determine the pattern, seasonal presentation and the challenges encountered by anesthesiologists in the care of patients with hypertension in pregnancy at caesarean section in a centre short of anaesthetic manpower without an intensive care unit Method A retrospective assessment of anaesthetic records of patients presenting in theatre for caesarean section was done with particular reference to mode of anaesthesia, complication including fetal and maternal outcome in the... Topics: Pre-eclampsia, Eclampsia, seasonal variation, caesarean section, mortality, Niger-Delta
Sand production like water and gas production is oneof the perennial problems plaguing the oil industry because of itssafety, economics or environmental impact on production. Inorder to properly optimise production and monitor sandcontrolled well, it is imperative to evaluate the well performance,sand control effectiveness and durability of the treatment typeinstalled in order to achieve the main aim of hydrocarbonproduction. The principal methods of sand control that areavailable to oil... Topics: Reservoir, Sand Control, IGP, SCON, Niger Delta, WIQI
Discussion with Patterson Ogon of the Ijaw Council for Human Rights based in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State Nigeria. Topics: nigeria, niger delta, ijaw, mend, obasanjo, rivers state, bayelsa state, shell, chevron
"Two Men Who Stood Under the Plunderers' Knives" column by Amy Goodma Ken Saro-Wiwa and Alberto Pizango never met, but they are united by a passion for the preservation of their people and their land, and by the fervor with which they were targeted by their respective governments. Saro-Wiwa was executed by the Nigerian government Nov. 10, 1995. Pizango this week was charged by the Peruvian government with sedition and rebellion, and narrowly eluded capture, taking refuge in the... Topics: Niger Delta, Shell Oil, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Alberto Pizango, Peru, Indigenous, Nigeria, Amy Goodman,...
Ellen Cantarow discusses the personal experiences that motivated her to write her recent TomDispatch article on oil catastrophes in the Niger Delta, Ecuador and the Gulf of Mexico. Topics: TomCast, TomDispatch, Tom Engelhardt, Timothy MacBain, Ellen Cantarow, Gulf Spill, BP, Niger Delta,...
Profits are higher than ever at oil companies Chevron and Shell. Yet across the globe, from the Ecuadorian jungle, to the Niger Delta in Nigeria, to the courtrooms and streets of New York and San Ramon, Calif., people are fighting back against the world's oil giants. Topics: Chevron, Shell, Niger Delta, Ogoni, Ken Saro-Wiwa, Oronto Douglas, Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!
âOil and Gas, Dollars and Death â Mayo, Ecuador, America and the Niger Deltaâ Part 1: Julio Prieto (replaced by Nick) and Larson Bill Part 2: Tari Ebimo Dadiowei (replaced by Patrick) and Maura Harrington Both sessions chaired by Michael McCaughan Larson Bill is Western Shoshone and is the Community Planner for the Western Shoshone Defence Project. In that capacity, he serves as the lead organizer for community meetings and dialogues with corporate and government entities. Larson has been... Topics: Afri, Hedge School, Mayo, Ireland, Shell, Maura Harrington, Michael McCaughan, Larson Bill, Western...
Damien Ugwu from the Nigerian Civil Liberties Organisation speaks to Sokari Ekine from Pambazuka News about endemic police torture in the Nigerian justice system. CLO estimate that five people a day are being extra-judicially killed by the police. Most vulnerable are unemployed youths accused of armed robbery. Damien Ugwu explores the reasons why torture and murder are common place and the cultural and political roots of the problem. Music in this podcast is brought to you by Busi Ncube from... Topics: Africa, social justice, human rights, rights, land, poverty, economy, torture, extra-judicial...